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From concept to foundry

I’m pleased to say that last Friday I successfully transported my completed sculpture from studio to foundry. This involved a number of party balloons in order to gently support the upper sections over the numerous potholes and speed bumps that […]

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Swallows: A Virtual Residency

Virtual Artist Residency with Louisa Chambers (UK), Edy Fung (IE/SE), Tracy Mackenna (SCO/IT) & Edwin Janssen (NL), Danica Maier (USA/UK), Michelle McKeown (IE/UK), Stefanos Pavlakis (GR/DE)

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fond farewell to jimmy

nearing the completion of both the work in the museum and the non linear project, i’m sitting with an emerging sense of capturing the last throws of the building / recant phase – ahead of the opening.  when i say […]

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countdown day

happy countdown day everyone.  what are you counting down to ? the view out the window today is with cloud and an overall grey palette.  warmer brighter days are on their way. work on the museum of making commission has […]

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68 days

the process of reflection sometimes leads me into the realms of personal history. this weekend i’ve been spending a lot of time in my head as i process the week and the submitting of the dycp application. on thursday i […]

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the annual blog

today i’ve added the post to my annual blog.   it asks my future self many questions.   i reflect it shows where i am, the impact of the pandemic and what’s on my mind too.  i reflect i have some visioning […]

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snowy saturday

hello hello.  feels good today as i’ve reached out to a local project to get involved.  i’ve been brave and spoken about my evolving practice – i’m currently investigating if indeed i practice in a transdisciplinary way.  i’ve linked this […]

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more notes for the bio and statement

its saturday morning, bright sulight streams through the dining room window.  in the distance i can see trees and willow proudly motionless in the sun.  i glance at the lit stove, it’s light sending heat into the living room.  my […]

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notes for updating my bio and statement

in amongst all that’s currently going on,  i’m sitting with a feeling of needing to update how i think and communicate about my practice.  looking at my a-n  bio it feels a little outdated now. writing about myself doesn’t come […]

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and we’re off

so here we are, 2021.  the blog theme for the year is around how i’m going to hold my nerve as we exit the pandemic.  in the weeks running up to 2021 beginning, the whole pandemic affecting me and my […]

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honestly

  this is oliver.  over lockdown i’ve photographed him so i have images to send to a friend via whatsapp.  the images act as a catalyst to get in touch.   this is graham.  since march lockdown he’s streamed a […]

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Swifts: DAY 3

Working in our individual studios we meet three times in the day. Here are our individual reflections and thoughts from the day’s actions and events. Louisa Chambers: Stopping all distractions today by turning off all digital devices (including the radio) […]

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Swifts: DAY 1

Swifts: A Virtual Residency Day 1: Monday Today we started this short 3-day virtual residency. All working in our individual studios we meet three times in the day. Here are our individual reflections and thoughts from the day’s actions and […]

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Chemical Reactions

I’ve been lucky enough to be given access to a garden over lockdown – I live in a small-ish two bedroom flat on the second floor, nice views of London but no garden space. Going out onto the streets to […]

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Pen to paper to foundry

I ran my crowdfunding campaign (to help with foundry costs to cast my sculpture in bronze) with nothing but preliminary drawings, maquettes and digital visualisations of the piece in situ.  Bearing in mind that in the past my art has […]

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Distractionism

This is a blog post about my emerging way of Art or process.

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Entering the Vessel

We had our second meeting with Jungian analyst Catherine Bygott in Somerset on Friday. As well as discussions she led us in a physical exercise to connect us to our unconscious self. It was a challenging activity but really interesting […]

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Untitled blog post from "Field Notes"

There is something meditative about being in this field. A slightly altered state of mind. Rhythms form over time, linked by the experiences of previous visits. Revisiting drives my growing curiosity. I visit those areas I have been before, those […]

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Choice Paralysis

Y’know when you have too many ideas and too many potential avenues to explore in your practical work to the point you don’t actually do anything because you don’t know what idea is the best to realise or invest time […]

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“Footfall”

Work from a community project designed to increase public awareness of Kaleidoscope Gallery

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Random String Fellowship 2018-19

This blog will be an anchor point/place for me to discuss and reflect on discoveries I make and new experiences I encounter for the duration of a Fellowship with Random String.
www.natalieramus.com
(Photo credit: Julia Bauer)

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